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Bank of Communications Becomes Fifth Big State-owned Lender to Grab Privately Offered Fund License

Five of China's six big state-owned banks have grabbed licenses from regulators for their debt-equity conversion vehicles to operate privately offered investment...

Mutual Funds under Bank Custodianship in China Rise 782.8 Billion Yuan in a Year

Mutual funds under bank custodianship in China have risen by over 780 billion yuan (approx. USD$112 billion) over the past year, while...

Chinese Mutual Funds Capsize in Record Numbers Amidst Shadow Banking Crackdown

Beijing's ongoing crackdown on the shadow banking sector has led to an unprecedented number of mutual fund closures in 2018. Over 600 funds in China's...

76 Chinese Investment Funds Liquidated Since End of June for 2.2 Closures Per Day

New data indicates that China's publicly offered funds have continued to post a woeful showing since the start of the second half. Figures from East...

China’s Publicly Offered Funds Paid 1.71tn Yuan in Dividends by End of 2017

The latest data  from the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) indicates that publicly offered funds in the country paid out 1.71 trillion yuan in...

China’s Publicly Offered Funds Post Profits of 558.5bn in 2017

China's publicly offered funds saw profits of 558.562 billion yuan in 2017, with hybrid funds and equity funds accounting for nearly half this amount. Data...

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The latest data from the China Banking and Insurance Regulatory Commission (CBIRC) points to a sizeable increase in lending to private enterprises...